Lighting furniture ideas?

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    I don't have any experience with photographing furniture.

    I will be shooting on location in a house. Some of the pieces are large so I won't be creating a paper sweep or anything, I'm planning on using a nice empty corner to shoot (the house has nice white walls, wood trim and hardwood floors) so I think it will be alright.

    I will be shooting mostly antique wood chairs, some with a small amount of fabric cushion.

    My initial thought was to bounce my strobes off the ceiling and try to get a nice soft top light, fill from the camera with a soft box if needed.

    But I don't know, what do you think would be the best way to shoot it?
     

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